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AWS S3 Bucket Name Validation Regex

Posted by Scott Lanoue on Oct 24, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Amazon Web Services enforces a strict naming convention for buckets used for storing files. Amazon’s requirements for bucket names include: 

  • A Bucket's name can be between 6 and 63 characters long, containing lowercase characters, numbers, periods, and dashes
  • Each label must start with a lowercase letter or number
  • Bucket names cannot contain underscores, end with a dash, have consecutive periods, or use dashes adjacent to periods
  • Lastly, the bucket name cannot be formatted as an IPV4 address (e.g. 255.255.255.255)

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Topics: Amazon Web Services, JavaScript, Field Validation, AWS, HTML, Testing, Programming

Section 508 Coding Practices

Posted by Kishore Jogia on Aug 25, 2016 10:00:00 AM

So you've read our previous blog on Section 508 Standards are and how to test for them and next thought "Gosh, that's nice, but how do I make a page 508 Compliant?" Or you stumbled upon this blog from a quick search. Either way, if you're looking for quick and easy tips on how to make your site more 508 Compliant, you're in the right place! We'll cover a few common 508 Standards and give basic html examples on how to meet compliancy.

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Topics: Live Demo, Best Practices, HTML, Section 508 Standards, Accessibility, Testing, Web Development

Section 508 Standards and Testing

Posted by Kishore Jogia on Apr 28, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Have you been given the task of running a 508 audit against a site? Or perhaps you're building a site that needs to be 508 compliant and want to know what that even means? Then this guide is for you! It will give you a great starting point that will explain exactly what Section 508 Standards are and walk you through how to check if a site is compliant with these standards using free tools.

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Topics: Live Demo, Best Practices, Section 508 Standards, Testing, Web Development

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